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Limited free expo space at Big Indie Fest closes next week

Limited free expo space at Big Indie Fest closes next week

Developers have until the end of next week for the chance to show their work free at the Big Indie Fest, which is taking place between July 5th and 8th in Vienna. 

The event will be bringing together the best indie developers from central and southern Europe, with more than 500 trade visitors expected at the show. That's on top of more than 4,000 consumers who will be visiting during the final two days. 

Fancy showing off your game to an audience of thousands? You can sign up right here - but make sure you get your application in by the end of Friday the 13th!

 

Call for speakers

That's not all - we're also on the hunt for speakers for the show. Have some insight about the indie games market that you want to share with your peers? Simply sign up here for your chance to be part of something special. 

 

ReVersed gear

The Big Indie Fest is taking place after Steel Media acquired Austrian games event ReVersed. “The Big Indie Pitch has long been one of our favourite events, but this year we wanted to take the ‘Big Indie’ premise a little further to provide even more support to indie game developers on mobile, PC and XR," Steel chief Chris James said.

"Following on from the pitches and awards, The Big Indie Fest is the next step in our journey and promises to be the biggest and best yet, with literally hundreds of developers showing their wares.”

ReVersed Director, Tom De Roeck, said: “Combining ReVersed with the business networking prowess of Steel Media Ltd is a direct upgrade to everything we have achieved with this event, four years along. I am looking forward to a bright future for our developer-centric celebration of indie games, big or small.”


Editor - PC Games Insider

Alex Calvin is the editor of PCGamesInsider.biz and launched the site in August 2017.

Prior to this, he worked for more than three years at UK games trade publication MCV, holding the role of deputy editor. He also worked on London Games Festival 2017 as content editor for marketing and events. Furthermore, his work has appeared in Eurogamer, Kotaku, Esquire UK, The Observer and Develop.

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